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Transforming Anthropology and J. of Iberian & Latin American Research special issues on Cuba

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For those who missed it, in 2008 Transforming Anthropology: Journal of the Association of Black Anthropologists had a two-part special issue on Cuba, vol. 16 no. 1 (April 2008) and no. 2 (October 2008).  There are a total of eight short articles by colleagues like Marc Perry, Kaifa Roland, Andrea Queeley, and Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb (click in the links provided for full table of contents).

In December 2009, the Australia-based Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research published a special issue, vol. 15 no. 2, “Cuba Today: 50 Years On,” which included articles by anthropologists Thomas Carter and Adrian Hearn.  Note that this journal can be difficult to find; not only was it formerly known as the Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, but vol. 15.2 was also the last issue before the journal moved to a new home with the Taylor & Francis group of Routledge. Full Table of Contents after the jump:

Special Issue: Cuba Today: 50 Years On. Editors: Carlos Uxó and Par Kumaraswami

Introduction. Par Kumaraswami and Carlos Uxó

A Changing Cuba? Implications for Domestic Policy: The Case of Housing’. Isobel Anderson

¿Hasta La Victoria Siempre? The Evolution and Future of Revolutionary Sport’. Thomas F. Carter

Fifty Years of Socialist Education in Revolutionary Cuba: A World-Systems Perspective. Thomas Griffiths

Cuba and China: Governance and Industrial Collaboration. Adrian Hearn 65

Cuban Medical Internationalism: Central America, A Decade after Hurricane Mitch. John M. Kirk and Marguerite R. Jiménez

‘El color de nuestro futuro’: Assessing the significance of the Encuentros of 2007. Par Kumaraswami

El acceso a internet en Cuba: Políticas de colectivización y socialización. Carlos Uxó

Cuban Development: Inspiration for the Alianza Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América (ALBA). Helen Yaffe

Epílogo. Fernando Martínez Heredia

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